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How to change CHMOD on Windows FTP servers?


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Hello. I tried to change CHMOD to 777 from both at the root of the server and with a FTP program. Here is the error msg from my server:

 

"An error has occured:

Unable to execute site command chmod 0766 /catalog/admin/includes/configure.php. Note that the CHMOD command is only available on Unix FTP servers, not on Windows FTP servers.

 

Drilldown: ftp_mychmod > ftp_site: conn_id=Resource id #284; directory=/catalog/admin/includes; sitecommand=chmod 0766 /catalog/admin/includes/configure.php."

 

Do you know what to do to change CHMOD?

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Hello.  I tried to change CHMOD to 777 from both at the root of the server and with a FTP program. Here is the error msg from my server:

 

"An error has occured:

Unable to execute site command chmod 0766 /catalog/admin/includes/configure.php. Note that the CHMOD command is only available on Unix FTP servers, not on Windows FTP servers.

 

Drilldown: ftp_mychmod > ftp_site: conn_id=Resource id #284; directory=/catalog/admin/includes; sitecommand=chmod 0766 /catalog/admin/includes/configure.php."

 

Do you know what to do to change CHMOD?

 

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Hello.  I tried to change CHMOD to 777 from both at the root of the server and with a FTP program. Here is the error msg from my server:

 

"An error has occured:

Unable to execute site command chmod 0766 /catalog/admin/includes/configure.php. Note that the CHMOD command is only available on Unix FTP servers, not on Windows FTP servers.

 

Drilldown: ftp_mychmod > ftp_site: conn_id=Resource id #284; directory=/catalog/admin/includes; sitecommand=chmod 0766 /catalog/admin/includes/configure.php."

 

Do you know what to do to change CHMOD?

The message says it al:

Note that the CHMOD command is only available on Unix FTP servers, not on Windows FTP servers.

If you like changing CHMOD transfer the site to a *NIX server.

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